Amazon's tablet will be Android's White Knight:
"To talk about the "tablet market" today is a polite way of saying the "iPad market." Apple has sold 28.7 million iPads worldwide to date, while competitors' tablets are languishing unsold in the channel. (That is, until they cut the price to $99, as HP did recently for the TouchPad.) Today, Apple's lead in the tablet market looks invincible. But a year from now, this won't be the case, as the first true iPad competitor, the Amazon tablet, likely enters the market this fall. An Amazon tablet at a sub-$300 price point could sell 3 million to 5 million in Q4 alone if they have enough supply to meet demand—a big "if" for Amazon."